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These memories and reflections are of a bygone sixty-two years.
The "State" theater was located on Main St., in Jefferson
City, Mo. It's now a parking lot. I ask you "Is this progress?" -
This "StateTheater" was located Pocoma, Ca.
(courtesy of Bill Sasser & Facebook & Western Stars of the Silver
Screen) but it very much resembled the
Theater in Jefferson City, Mo." on Main St.
MATINEE STARTS AT 2 PM (EDT) LIVE ON USTREAM.COM
TODAY'S DOUBLE FEATURE - MAY 19, 2012
"THE BLACK CAMEL" - WARNER OLAND
"MY PAL TRIGGER" ROY ROGERS, TRIGGER with DALE EVANS
AND GABBY HAYES
I only remember one (1) of the kid's names of the "Saturday Matinee
Double Feature" gang. My school chum's name was "Terry DePeres" he saw
me win a prize in a pie-eating contest (Lemon-Chiffon, wish I had a photo
of that) and I remember getting being sick the next day too much pie. I
do remember the (usher - ticket taker's) first name "Jerry" it started
about 10:30 AM Saturday morning. we paid 10c for admission,
another 10c for a soda and small bag of popcorn, 5c for a candy bar for
we were the "front-row-brats" we were all about 9, 10 or 11. Most of the
first features were westerns with Roy Rogers or Rocky Lane or Whip Wilson,
Lash La Rue and Rex Allen tben the lead feature a (Tarzan movie)
with Lex Barker or a zany, cooky movie with the "Bowery Boys". The same
movies that would play that night.
Great memories at "State Theater", Jefferson City, Mo.
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CowboyPal Saturday Matinee Double Features - Everyday of the Week
heroes Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Hopalong Cassidy, Charles 'Durango' Starrett,
Johnny 'Mack' Brown, Tex Ritter, Jimmy Wakely, Sunset Carson etc., and
serials from Republic, Columbia, Universal
Week of Mar 11 -
Serial Starring Jack Holt
In glorious B/W
@ 3:14 Running Time
Instruction or Directions on How-to Access movie site:
here's the site link: http://www.ustream.com/bwestcowboy
that should should
display a drop-down placard with following message you have to find it
among many placards with the following inscription: "Roy Rogers
& 'Back Then Movies"
Select it with your
mouse. that should bring you to the bwestcowboy movie site: Most of the
day it's in Live Mode and I am your host known as
"Virtual Projector Man" advising you of upcoming events or movies.
The quality of some of rhe serials are a little lame.but mostly OK to watch.
Roy Rogers Trucolor Movies (still available Last to
First) "Trail of Robin Hood" - 1950, "North of the Great Divide" - 1950,
"The Golden Stallion" - 1950, "Sunset in the West" - 1950,
"Trigger, Jr." - 1950, "Twilight in the Sierras" - 1950, "Bells of Coronado"
- 1950, "The Golden Stallion" - 1949, "Down Dakota Way" - 1949,
"Susanna Pass"- 1949, "Under California Stars" - 1948, "Springtime
in the Sierras" - 1947,
"Bells of San Angelo" - 1947,
The color prints for most of the first Trucolor movies
are lost forever due to a fire at Republic. (they are available in B/W
only) The first TruColor Roy Rogers movie was "Apache Rose" -1947 (no known
color prints exist.) followed by "On the Old Spanish Trail" - 1947
(no known color prints exist.) "The Gay Ranchero" - 1948 (no known
color prints exist.) "The Far Frontier" - 1948 (no known color prints
Altrenating features with Roy this week are
B/W movies by Charles Starrett -aka- Durango Kid
"Blazing Trail", "Terror Trail", "Last Days of Boot
Hill" "South of Death Valley" &
and some times paired with B/W movies with the "Bowery
at night after prime-time "Virtual Projector Man"
aka "bwestcowboy" alias CowboyPal plays the
"Serial of the Week"
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